On today’s show, your hosts talk the injury and performance of Sebastian Lletget, as well as who could or could not be available for the LA Galaxy’s game against Vancouver.
CoG Studios, CA (Panama City, Panama) – Your hosts test the limits of technology as they span the 3,000 miles (3,001 according to Siri) between Los Angeles and Panama City, Panama all in an effort to bring you all the LA galaxy talk you can handle. Josh Guesman, from CoG Studios, and Kevin Baxter traveling with the USMNT ahead of their World Cup Qualifier with Panama have your Galaxy injury news and they’re busting at the seems to bring it to you.
First Josh and Kevin will recap Sebastian Lletget’s short, but impressive, spell with the U.S. He scores his first national team goal, but then has to come out of the game injured in the 18th minute. What does his injury mean for this weekend’s clash with the Vancouver Whitecaps? And how long could he potentially be sidelined?
Then the guys will shift their attention to players who are more than likely going to be available for selection on Saturday. Gyasi Zardes and Ashley Cole both look like they’re ready to play again after injuries derailed their early season hopes. But with both players training, and Zardes just missing out on going to Real Salt Lake last week, Vancouver looks to be the game they come back. But should Curt Onalfo hold them back again? Does the turf in Vancouver provide a real hazard to their recovery? Or is finally time to get two starters back on the field?
And Kevin has some concerns about another 35-year old player that might be putting a ton of miles on his legs in the coming days. Will the Galaxy be without a good offensive option in the middle of the park against the Whitecaps?
Finally, Josh and Kevin answer all your questions and talk about ‘keeper controversy. Is Brian Rowe healthy enough to start on Saturday? Has he earned another shot at being the number one? Or does Onalfo continue to stoke the flames of competition under both players?
It’s a great show that’s jam-packed with Galaxy news, information and informed opinion.
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